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Just Whnt You
Want for the
SliirtingsJ and Suitings
For Ladie's and Men's wear.
Novelties in Crepons, Plaids and
Walking H,als, Fedoras, Etc.
Trimmings at reasonable prices.
Our entire stock of German and Japanese
Rugs has been reduced Stair
Carpets in beautiful designs.
New Bicycle Skirts
Apparel for Any
Kind of Weather.
Hotel Street. Arlington Block.
Headquarters for ;
Skirts . . .
and the Popular House for Miscellaneous Bargains.
Something special in ovory Department.
Colored Border, for Ladies and Children.
2 for 25c aid 3 for 25c.
Silkolines and Cretonnes
Ttieo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
vl3loydi. Brishtvv Poretgu Marine insurance Co.
JC'StirersiAseuraHce'Co. (Fire and Life).
.Ptiitdian Pacific Railwiv Co.
, , - Pioneer Lino of Packets from LiTmrpooI.
uili i lifi i
Throe summer residences near dfe
at Tantalus. Pearl City and Niu.
WM. SAVIDGE & CO.
Ileal Estate Agent, 20t! Merchant St.
J. H. SGMACK
Dealer in Real Estate,
223 Merchant St.
Offers Sale Lots in the Following
A few large choice lots with unCQuaW
view; terms easy; prices from $1,730,
to $2,000 per Jot.
Various loU 50x100 feut ai 52o k
?400 each, according to location : terms
$25 per lot down, balance in monthly
installments of $10 per lot each month-
NDD.VXTJ TKAGT ADDITION.
JDST OPEXED AND DIVIDED INTO
LAIK3E LOTS of diffrent sires, which
I will sell on easy monthly installments
with a small cash payment down.
These lots are almost level and have a
rich toil, producing anything anybody
may want to plant. They are only a
couple of hundred feet from Numanu
aenue and of easy access. A 'bus
runs to tha premises. This is a rare
to Ret a good home- cheap.
Fiwj lots on lane just abore the QuOi
N-ear Kamehameba school ThwsIasic
lobs on a .25 feet wide seet, 6amp
monthly iastallsknbi ; csssfC
mtW .. VMV.. .I7ll.r. .W r.
bouse; chsapfor czs'u
A lart le oe Kis.trsfH,
Om aai f aa treJ!
IwtwMM LlMa street aaa,
i - - TlT J r "'1"J 4
;:- Kcaa ificLtnuay Kpuoiican
A large Lat pith a &n iie"woa vi 'ood
"stJCMC prfcc fL200; Cwms'casy.
Four adjoining lots: arsret ana Tix
Win fcivMffA .( I'a '1RF IFirn Iff KW
II ill. wuuiiQU w hi, L mi inn TmSWS OF
13.500 Hocfie and lot en
56xUe; 6 rooms.
J5.00Q Hoe aad lot on Collage 3L,
ToxiiS; house contain 7 ecjcul,
(5.0CM Hosae aad lot oa Alexander
13,300 Hoase and I on Vineyard .-H-.
43,50 Home and lot oa Toaac 5u
S.5 House and lot on Tos St.
10 rooms. 90x140.
'12,900 House and lot at Kaltfil, W
12.760 House and lot on Alapal Si.;
2.08 aouss and lot oa Klnau SL,
11.000 Large lot at Kail hi. 7?Kx13L
f30u House and lot at Kali hi, lUl
J5.S00 Bustneec property on Fort 9L,
15,000 Lodgias noose In centsr of city.
17,500 Investment at Kevalo;
ly Income U10.
H.200 Leasehold on Beretanla SL; 2
large stores; 20 years to run,
$7,500 Large lot with buildings no
Punchbowl St.; brines in $M
15,000 House and large lot on Queen
$1.400 Lot on Queen St., dQxJDO,
$8,500 Large lot with 6 cottago&;
monthly income $125.
$1,250 Large lot at Kalihi, 105xlO3v
$6,500 Elegant residence, 225 ft. fxonf, J
on ilaklicl St.
$5,500 Residence on Punchbowl near
Lunalilo Home, 120xl60 a
$4,000 Leasehold on Beretanla St; 39
. years to run; net income $90
; MO Leasehold with building on
Fort SL; 8 years to run.
Lots near Peterson's Lane, Palama ;
all sizes and prices.
Lots oo Austin Lane, Palama; all sises
Lots bc Kunawai OS Llliha and Jtsdu
Bts.; all bargains.
Lots at Kewalo from $575 up, accosting
$4,000 Large warehouse at Kevalo;
$4,000 Leasehold of city front lot on
Queen SL, near Fish Market
vharf; 24 years to run.
A cottage on Peterson's lane, Palama.
EtoasesaioB Hi6 on the 1st of October.
mam mm the tow
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Criticism of Aotion of
FQIWAffiHMf IF HNS lEUtED
SASTXB2T SHIPPKES XUCHPCT
OUT OVEB, ITS BROKXV
Ocmpany Slvned for Vot Having-
Chartered a Steamer So as to
Xeep Its Word With
Stuj? (,'onrapondeacn Tia RtjuKtc:'
.NEW YOHK. Oct 8. Xhe article .n
Saturdity't i&u of tao Cocomercint whiah
told of the tiliSflitof action amooit ltlupni
of merchandise p Pacific coast porta tnd
to Hawaii over cite treatment they bu.
received from the new American-Hawaiian
Steamship Company vm jconecally
m chippie? A number of
anl iOketst: tiS ca had
not li tiiteJ too irongI. They
over the fact ti.tt th
matter bad !een brought u the aMiKUiou
of the public
One Uroker .iti K1IJ nn orritfr for
a largo lot of gooils for a finV mi th
i'aoifie coat xr.ts wroth otc" tl. delnj
ef the n onipauy in iiortViigf
"Some of us," bp said, "I venture to
wy a large aiajuri:. are vey ungiy kvtt
the failutw ot the 1
Stean'Bhiii Crniuiiy to forwnird UKiu.) J'y
oar coefds. Hw tiie tirm In the wt' to
whom the good are consign"! must fetl
can better be .itnajned thau
These prms have invested thpir monir in
stock that is lying at the steamship company's
pier at the foqt of
troet, ?outh Brootlyn. Busiueas rai
purchase merchandise to sell, and not to
lui kept on n covert pier to await the
convenience of a stciuniip cotngauy.
Merchants Hurt by D&fey.
'Uiuiutstioiiuiib" wxno of 4i
noar on the pier awaiting a voaje! was
purchased to be sold before the 'expiration
of a eertaiu time. Should the goods
reach the, purchasing house after flic season
ban ended the firm has either to sell
them probably at a loss or oarry them
Cotnpai suinoiuiced several montfis ao
pthat a vessel of the Hue tvouM sail from
Here early in .Tubi t'or 'Sua Francftaro and
ilonotalii. Shinning housjK ho coceived
and in Hawaii to purchase certain .axxS;
and ship them by the new liu. The pur
chaes vveri? p ade Avith the idea that a v-
?1 Mould le tent as stated. Had the J
vesel ailed oi or about the date origin-
alii I think it was Jidy 1. the
Kicific coast firms "vnld baye receirsd
1 their goods in SfpKmlier. JLt.is now
proaching rtliu iniiVHe of Octotr and the
goods- havo not yet left South' Brooklyn.
Al the out on the PnciOc
their eastern jrchisfs by
tliey can consider themsjlvis luck.
Poor Excuse for Delay.
"I see steamship company ctaims
that tha delay wm ga&sed ky the failure
ot tiie Injildcn; of one. of Ms to
have it read for service at the time spec
fied. That i a poo exenau.
"When the bteamship compoa found
Unit the ship builders' were behind in their
work why was not a veasel chartered?
This had to be done in the end and it
would liave been done in July Just -is
efltjly as at tho presmt time.
' "I. have not the slightest doubt but that
matters will work smoothly after a whil",
and that the company will give a
oervice, but I know of a number of
casws wliere this delay has left a sore
At the present time, it is estiniated tint
thore arc betwnen 0,J and 7.000 tonB nl
merchandise on the Bteamphip company's
pier in South Brooklyn awaiting removal
to Pacific Coast ports and to Honolistj.
All of tills accuranlated carga. it is said,
will be taken on the steanvhip Hyades.
which is scheduled to sail frqtn this port
nu Thnrsday next, and on -the American,
which will probably gt away on tjctoher
Chartered Ship to Load.
The Hyades will commence loading today
or tomorrow and the work will be
pushed night and day until completed. The
American will rcaah here the latter pare
of thi week, and the cargo vill be pst
into her hold as soon as possible. This-Is
a nev vessel of 8.500 tons, and, it is
claimed will make the voyage from Xcv
York o San Francisco so about sixty
The Hyade is a chartered vessel and U
of 4,50il tons reaister. It was damage!
in tbf Galveston storm and since arrival
abont three weks ago, has been Hi
dry dock receiving rtasrs.
The mishap to the Uysdes and.ths deltj
Lin gfttinj he American from the ship
builders in Philadelphia, the aftcaaship
company, claims, were th cace of the
sailing schedule ot the line having been
ep?ot Ev S. L.
v "Vesper Berries. -
r Th orderf sb Ju-
flAhpu college- today at 4:SU o$sys: is as
Ocgan prelude Lefchujf VCely
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Orgaa Fngnc is G SGa. . H S. Bacli
tt. Far sale hr
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Talkicx ba2s at Mrs. Uaan.
. Kiac tftr.
I naaally wrvices at Ka
roiaia church thes
Two niody farsihed nas are oerl
for rent. 5.v cai5eI aL.
The camralm spRbndr wfll sa
ce fruo hi well, canipafrsirr.
A sale f ladi& aaderwear sturts
at It. F. Ehlers i Co, Fort
Kicg "Bro. make a specially of child
photography at their new studio at 110
Tie Beigstroa Music Cocspaay.
block, are selling npriehtvpianos: fron
?5 to 165.
Haltd Co stock and bond
407 Fort street loan money oa scgur
, J. A.' 3IeCandksa. snrrMTntendenr of
pablic works, calls for tender for forty-fire
A pare of a store in the business section
of the city U offered for rent See
The IJealani JJoat club will give a
dance oa Friday evening next. Tickets
may be had of members.
A choice ocean ievc corner" residence
on Proepect' street Is offered for sale by
MeClellaa. Pond & Co.
" G. R. Carter has filed his bond a administrator
of the estate of J. N. H?y-den.
deceased, with J. B. Atherton is
Nellie A. Cook, by Bobertson & Wilder,
Lhas filed a motion to tet a day for the
rrjal of her quit against the Ho!litsr
Hairdressing. shampooing, scalp treatment,
manicuring, at tne Mit&es De
Alakea street, opposite Y. M. C. A.
F. J. 'ltusiill, a young attorney, lately
of HaywanI, CaU has made application
for admiion to the bar of the territorial
Nkely furnished rooms with first class
loard cjwi be had at the Belmoral on
Yount street, between Alapai street and
The Imperial Cigar store Fort street.
Chas. Eakki, manager, isnow ready o
supply the public in general with high
gindc cigar and cigarettes.
V. C. Vaughn, a celebrated trick
of Japan, is a through passenger
in the Hongkong Maru.' He is on a
business trip to the States.
Nevus comes that Miss Bertha M.'IIush.
who left here in the Gaelic in August for
Manila has arrivd safely there and is
now is charge of the First Tonda school.
Rev. G. L. Pearson of the Methodwt
Episcopal churuh will this evening begin
a series of Sabbath evening sermon- entitled,
"tJoine Great Sinners, Ancient and
orders franuiMiomtro on th "Pacific coast p1m f bous boat to
Yoa Don't hare to pay
at our store. -
-'? - a saS3asscs
ta .-. jfc .-, f
by the new yacht club at Pearl Harbor
aro about ready. Tho ark will be built
on a scow, forty by thirty feet and will
be a double dqcXer.
Gus Schumao, Merchant street. ha
the sole agency for the celebrated
goods. He keeps constantly iu
stock a full lipe of up-to-date carriage
of their manufacture.
Mrs. A. S. Bice and Miss Itior,
on the Hongkong Maru, are related
to tha American minister to Japan,
where they haw been visiting. They de
clined to speak of the eastern situation
Zohn D. Waldaon, the new manual
training instructor and manager of tb
Boys' -Brigade, win address the meeting
at the Y. M. C. A. this afternoon at 4
o'clock on the subject, "Our Calling ami
Election." All men invited.
W- Larsen, defendant in the some
what notorious horse replevin case,
brought against him recently by II. J.
Beckman, has filed a bond appealing the
case to the higher court.
,M. TV. Smith, representing the York
Manufacturing company of York. I'a..
consulting and erecting engineer, is here
at present installing the cold storage
plant of the Honolulu Malting and Brew
iilg company and the refrigerating machinery
for the Hawaiian Electric com
At the Christian church, on Alakea
street, nenr King, the pastor, John C.
Hay will preach. Subject both morning
and evening, "The Perfection of thn
Character o Jesus, the Christ, in Relation
to His Diety." Bible school at 9 :4 j
a. m.: Young meeting at 0:30
p. m A cordial welcome, for all.
Jamea Ilakaole will occupy the pulpit
in Kawaiahao tjiurch this evening. His
subject will be: ''Professional Men
Who Have Been Connected with
Church." This will be the lirst of
the cour&e of subjects to be treated in
connection with the anniversary
of the chnrch. Mrs. Turner
(Mele Kuke) till sing a solo and then a
duet together with "Mka Peck.
Ose iBdlKM asyiftiK oar Install-
L S. Saclis Dry Goods Co Ltd
JE have bought for 25 cents on the dollar, the
entire stock ot Schweitzer & Co., wholesale
drygoods dealers of San Francisco, and have placed
same on salcat unheard-of prices, to-wit:
15c, 25c, 35c Each
In large variety; wttl be
sold out at
G. D. Corsets
cleared out at.
that must be
50c per Fail
Regular price, 40o; mast be ,
sold out nt, j
A line Hue of Ladles' drop
Btitch Hose in black or white, at
3 Pairs for 50c
A nice variety of Window
Scrima aud Curtain Nets; will
10 c a Yard
Prices have been reduced.
We are selling laces worth 50c
per yard for 10c per yard.
vr dtrsos. to 4.1
'kSSw ??x? ;fcw 4s 'A f."
Musiiu atxi Silk, . , x. small lot of men's am-
sold Tf l.W; our pricrj A brllas. Will be closed out at
60c each. Just one third tho
! A small lot of Boys' Blouse
aistss to be closed oat nt.
Hooks and Eyes, regular
price 2oc a box. Our pne today
lOo per box.
Bone Casing, per piece . . 6c
Needles ... 6c a packet of '2.1
! Pins 5c h sheet or 6 for'iAc
A large assortment of Shell
and Amber Hair Pins. Regular
price 15c n card of 12. Our price
3 Cards for 25c
Gents' and Ladies'
and Puffa In a variety of
colors and designs, all to be
sold nt, r
10c and 15c Each
Wo have sold t!,0tX) of these
at S5 cents each; we offer them
E HAVE NOW ON DISPLAY
at our Uarness Department
an elegant line of Singla ad
goods arc the
II o n o 1 n 1 u ,
and must be
seen to bo
heavy Uarness for all purposes; stout, serviceable good?.
Catelage, Bash -Lamps,
Smsu Shades, LapRobes,
Hack, Surrey and Boggy Carpets,
colors and sizes), Etc.
Merchant Street, between Fort and Alakea Streets.
Office: Alakea; Street, with Dr. Aa-
1 sm preparel to
of jfrfipiiH in of euh tsr iBstraci,!M?s
tenliiM ,(ggn PHlwtH SjMtnHi).